Week one – a retrospective

August 30, 2008 at 7:58 am (Fall 2008, School) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Well, for the most part my classes seem ok.  17 credits is a lot, but it seems doable.

Human Biology – this class is online.  The material itself is interesting (I guess), but the instructor only lists quarterly, unit due dates rather than for each assignment.  And thats hard for me, cause I’m good at putting stuff off.

Society and Technology – this is my other online class.  Its ok, and more importantly, its required for my degree…

Substance Abuse Psychology – I thought I would really like this class because I am so interested in the law enforcement perspective on drug use.  But a majority of the class is working towards a career in social work/medicine/psychology.  A few are very anti-any sort of drug control.  So I don’t know, I don’t think I’ll like this class as much as I thought I would.

Juvenile Justice – While not my favorite law enforcement subject, the class seems like it could be interesting.  Plus, the group seems ok.  The biggest problem is that it is mostly lecture.

Criminal Investigations – This should be my most interesting class.  In part cause I like the subject, but also because it is mostly comprised of hands on work.

Choir – I liked this class, but it was at a dreadful time.  But when I went to talk to the instructor about this problem, he said that he had wanted me in a more advanced choir anyway. So I’ll try this other class next week.

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August 26, 2008 at 4:24 am (Fall 2008, School) (, , )

Today was the first day of classes (finally!).  However the only two classes I had today were the two online classes which also happen to be my least favorite of the 6.  In other words, I don’t have much exciting to write about.

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